|Re: Eclipse Disorder [message #1395199 is a reply to message #1394803]
||Sun, 06 July 2014 14:47
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 07/05/2014 05:18 PM, john merlino wrote:|
> I work on multiple projects in Eclipse, and in fact some of projects are
> in Java, others Ruby and others C. The problem is when I open a new
> project file using the package explorer, in the tab bar on top, all the
> existing files I was looking at for other projects remain there, so now
> there is a disorded mess of mingled files for different projects. Any
> solution to this problem? How can I display one project at a time?
There may be something with working sets, which I do not use. Also,
right-clicking on a project will give you a context menu several of
whose items allow you to close the project (and its files), close
unrelated projects (and their files), etc.
Then, there is what I use, the workspace. I don't keep dissimilar
projects (Android vs. JEE, etc.) in the same workspace (though I could).
If I absolutely want all of them up at the same time so I don't have to
change workspaces (which is mildly annoying because somewhat time
consuming), then I run multiple instances of Eclipse and switch between
workspaces. (Realize that I run Linux, which does this much better than
Windows, that I have lots of memory and that I have two 30" monitors,
each 2560x1600 pixels and therefore much real estate to spread multiple
instances of applications across.
I know this doesn't answer your question the way you want it to be answered.
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